[hoh-gee] /ˈhoʊ gi/
noun, plural hoagies. New Jersey and Pennsylvania (chiefly Philadelphia) .
a hero sandwich.
(US) a sandwich made with a long, narrow bread roll
American English (originally Philadelphia) word for “hero, large sandwich made from a long, split roll;” originally hoggie (c.1936), traditionally said to be named for Big Band songwriter Hoagland Howard “Hoagy” Carmichael (1899-1981), but the use of the word pre-dates his celebrity and the original spelling seems to suggest another source (perhaps hog). Modern spelling is c.1945, and may have been altered by influence of Carmichael’s nickname.
HERO SANDWICH (1967+)Drunk: He would be orry-eyed before nightfall
[1940s+; origin uncertain; perhaps fr hoary, ”frosty, hence icy, glazed,” with later dropping of the h to avoid whore]
[hohg-luh nd] /ˈhoʊg lənd/ noun 1. Edward, born 1932, U.S. novelist and essayist.
[hoh-gee] /ˈhoʊ gi/ noun, plural hoagies. New Jersey and Pennsylvania (chiefly Philadelphia) . 1. a hero sandwich. [kahr-mahy-kuh l] /ˈkɑr maɪ kəl/ noun 1. Hoagland Howard [hohg-luh nd] /ˈhoʊg lənd/ (Show IPA), (“Hoagy”) 1899–1981, U.S. songwriter and musician. 2. Stokely [stohk-lee] /ˈstoʊk li/ (Show IPA), (Kwame Ture) 1941–1998, U.S. civil-rights leader, born in Trinidad: chairman […]
[hawr, hohr] /hɔr, hoʊr/ noun 1. hoarfrost; rime. 2. a coating or appearance. adjective 3. . /hɔː/ noun 1. short for hoarfrost adjective 2. (rare) covered with hoarfrost 3. (archaic) a poetic variant of hoary adj. Old English har “hoary, gray, venerable, old,” the connecting notion being gray hair, from Proto-Germanic *haira (cf. Old Norse […]
[hawrd, hohrd] /hɔrd, hoʊrd/ noun 1. a supply or accumulation that is hidden or carefully guarded for preservation, future use, etc.: a vast hoard of silver. verb (used with object) 2. to accumulate for preservation, future use, etc., in a hidden or carefully guarded place: to hoard food during a shortage. verb (used without object) […]